Sector Expert: Anthony Young

Macquarie Equity Research

Anthony Young joined Dahlman Rose in February, 2008 as a member of the metals and mining team. He started his career in finance at Natexis Bleichroeder, before joining the metals and mining team at Bear Stearns. Prior to working in finance, he was an engineer for Hughes Electronics and AT&T. Mr. Young received his Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles. Mr. Young also has advanced degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Southern California, and in business administration from the University of Texas, Austin.



Recent Interviews

Anthony Young: China, Molycorp and the Future of Rare Earths (11/28/11)

Despite the name, rare earth elements are actually quite plentiful in the earth's crust—it's the companies that are close to producing these critical metals outside of China that are truly rare. In this exclusive Critical Metals Report interview, Analyst Anthony Young of investment bank Dahlman Rose & Co. discusses how two of the most developed rare earth mining companies are affecting environmental standards, offtake agreements and acquisitions within the industry.

Recent Quotes

"MAT is likely in conversations with big manufacturers."

The Critical Metals Report Interview with Anthony Young (11/29/11)
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"RES' metallurgy will prove to be a real advantage."

The Critical Metals Report Interview with Anthony Young (11/29/11)
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"For HREE exposure, QRM is a go-to name."

The Critical Metals Report Interview with Anthony Young (11/29/11)
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"over 40% of the Strange Lake deposit consists of heavy rare earths"

— Anthony Young, Macquarie Equity Research (5/2/11)
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"increasing production provides attractive leverage to spot uranium"

— Anthony Young, Macquarie Equity Research (2/9/11)
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